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Old 09-10-2013, 04:08 PM   #1
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Install Frame Sliders - No Cut

Ok looking for some help on the Northside .. tonight or tomorrow. My garage is a pile of right now and I am a little nervous about jacking with the motor mounts on the bike since I have never messed with a MC engine before.

Anyone have a nice tool supply, ample space and knowledge to help a brother out. I think taking the fairings off will take the more time than the 6 bolts to attach the sliders. Not sure about my schedule thurs and fri and I am doing my first track day Sat so I wanted to get these things on.

They are no cut so its just bolt on. Any one avail?
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Old 09-10-2013, 04:13 PM   #2
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if you can not get them done before your trackday, don't sweat it...
you should come no where near needing them on a first trackday.
I am sure you already researched the pros and cons of sliders, especially no cut, before you bought them so I will not go there.
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Old 09-10-2013, 04:27 PM   #3
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If I did not have 3 f'n bikes in a one car garage, I would help you out.

One needs a brake switch installed, a tail rack....I think that is it.
One needs a rear brake switch, high/low beam switch, horn, .......I think that is it.

Other one is GTG, but she is a and takes up two spots.
(Sprint ST with sideboxes).

If it aint raining, you are welcome over, I can steer you in a good direction while I fix the others.
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Old 09-10-2013, 04:36 PM   #4
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Might wanna wait until after your TD. If something bad does happen and you lay it down off-track (in the dirt), frame sliders tend to dig in and make the bike flip. Not saying it won't flip anyway, but the slider is more likely to act like a catapult than an anchor.
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ok guys got it covered. Viffer up here in spring gonna help a brother out.
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if you can not get them done before your trackday, don't sweat it...
you should come no where near needing them on a first trackday.
I am sure you already researched the pros and cons of sliders, especially no cut, before you bought them so I will not go there.
No please I was reading today and actually was the first time I came upon the pro vs con. Please elaborate.

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If I did not have 3 f'n bikes in a one car garage, I would help you out.

One needs a brake switch installed, a tail rack....I think that is it.
One needs a rear brake switch, high/low beam switch, horn, .......I think that is it.

Other one is GTG, but she is a and takes up two spots.
(Sprint ST with sideboxes).

If it aint raining, you are welcome over, I can steer you in a good direction while I fix the others.
Thanks for the offer
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If something don't work out just send me a PM. I have a sawzall, some duct tape, and a big hammer I call the . We can get them to fit

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